Dell Business has the Logitech diNovo Mini Wireless Keyboard for $120 - 25% off with coupon code 1B0MP6701R759C [Exp 7/29] + $7 shipping = $97 shipped. Features 63 backlit keys, thumb-operated keypad design, wireless control from up to 30 feet away.

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    gassyjoe Ben's cred: 271
    Posted 8:18 am PDT 07/23/09

    A friend uses one with his PS3 and works great. A little too small for heavy typing but for basic stuff it's good.

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    bakerzdosen Ben's cred: 55
    Posted 8:55 am PDT 07/23/09

    Good keyboard for an HTPC.

    It's been cheaper though.

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    Gunfighter6 Ben's cred: 30
    Posted 10:38 am PDT 07/23/09

    Does it work with a Wii or Xbox 360?

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    matthew Ben's cred: 251
    Posted 4:19 pm PDT 07/23/09

    Thanks #1 you answered my question before I thought it! Now I'm wondering if it has a USB dongle, or if it's bluetooth?

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    Towncivilian Ben's cred: 125
    Posted 8:13 pm PDT 07/23/09

    #4 Bluetooth USB dongle afaik

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    jimoshea Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 2:44 am PDT 07/24/09

    This just seems like a lot of money for a small keyboard.

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    RajaJaja Ben's cred: 38
    Posted 10:51 pm PDT 07/24/09

    I have this; I use it for my HTPC (which is in my basement, TV on the 1st floor). Works great.

    #2, I'm not aware of it having been cheaper. I looked for a while before buying.

    #3, it's bluetooth *but* they are keyed together. IOW, you can't use the dongle as a BT hub but you could pair the keyboard to another BT receiver.

    If you just want a controller for a HTPC with light typing duties, I don't know of anything better.

    My biggest concern about this device is that is uses a removable but proprietary battery. Logitech does not sell the battery nor do they have any plans to. When I called Logitech because SetPoint never gave me more than 3 days of projected power, they offered to RMA the whole thing. I asked about just getting a battery. Nope. The whole thing or nothing.

    Then inexplicably SetPoint started reporting longer battery status. Oh well.

    You could just leave the device plugged in when the battery dies, but that's not ideal.

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